Coastal Resilience, M.Sc.

Environment, Geography, and Marine Sciences |View/Print PDF

The program course outline and graduation requirements for this catalog year are listed below.  The department website provides an overview of the program, admission requirements, faculty biographies, learning outcomes, and careers: https://www.southernct.edu/academics/environment-geography-marine-sciences/programs 

Program Requirements - 45 Credits


Core Courses (39 Credits)

CRM 500 – Research Methods I (2 credits)
CRM 501 – Coastal Systems I: Biophysical/Environmental Aspects (3 credits)
CRM 502 – Coastal Systems II: Sociocultural Aspects (3 credits)
CRM 503 – Coastal Hazards and Pollution (3 credits)
CRM 504 – Coastal Policy and Planning (3 credits)
CRM 505 - GIS I (4 credits)
CRM 506 – GIS II (4 credits)
CRM 510 – Research Methods II (2 credits)
CRM 550 – Field Experience (3 credits)
CRM 590 – Coastal Issues Seminar (1.5 Credits) – Repeated once. (3 credits)
CRM 601 – Directed Study I: Biophysical Aspects of Coastal Resilience (3 credits)
CRM 602 – Directed Study II: Sociocultural Aspects of Coastal Resilience (3 credits)
CRM 603 – Directed Study III: Sustainability Transitions (3 credits)

Capstone (6 Credits)
CRM 594 – Thesis Research I (3 credits)
CRM 595 – Thesis Research II (3 credits)